Two teens hit by SUV, critically injured in West Side neighborhood

The girls are sisters and were on their way to Stevens High School

SAPD investigates after two pedestrians were hit by a car in the 10200 block of Dugas on Sept. 3, 2021.
SAPD investigates after two pedestrians were hit by a car in the 10200 block of Dugas on Sept. 3, 2021. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIOEditor’s note: The driver has been arrested. See the latest here.

Two teenage girls were critically injured Friday morning when an SUV that jumped a curb hit them as they walked to school on the sidewalk, police said.

It happened in the 10200 block of Dugas — near S. Ellison Drive and Potranco Road, inside Loop 1604.

Police say the driver of a Nissan SUV lost control, crossed the street and went up onto a sidewalk.

The two teens are sisters and were walking to Stevens High School, police said.

Both girls were taken by ambulance to a hospital. Police said they were critically injured, but were stable.

Police are investigating why the driver lost control.

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